September 7, 2019 | Prophetic Justice in Amos, Part 1

Prophetic Justice in Amos, Part 1

One word we seem to hear often in our society is, “Justice.” Sadly the word is being redefined from its true meaning. We’re beginning a new series, “Prophetic Justice in Amos.” Where can we find the true meaning of justice? God’s Word! We’re beginning a series in the book of Amos. It’s interesting that many shy away from the minor prophets in the Bible, especially when it is there that we see the heart of God so clearly. And one issue very close to God’s heart is justice. 

We’ll learn what the economic and spiritual climate of Israel was in the time of Amos and why God had this prophet call the people of Israel to repentance. God is never changing and we can learn a lot from what angered God in this small book of the Bible. We believe you’ll see the parallel with our society—both spiritually and economically. And how does this relate to biblical justice? Listen and find out!

The Ruin and Restoration of Israel

By David M. Levy

In his book, The Ruin and Restoration of Israel, David Levy paints a moving picture of God’s deep love for the Jewish people as he walks through the books of Hosea, Amos, and Micah.


Apples of Gold: Divine Justice

Zvi’s children were excited to travel to Europe for a scholastic trip. But without notice they were pulled from the trip. When they came home and told their father he knew the reason. It was because they were believers in Jesus. Zvi went to the school to talk to the leader. Hear Zvi’s conversation with the school leader. It’s not what you might think.

Zvi’s story is available in Elwood McQuaid’s book, “Zvi: The Miraculous Story of Triumph over the Holocaust,” available at our online store.

More stories from Zvi are also available in his book, “The Best of Zvi,” available at our online store.


The Friends of Israel Today and Apples of Gold theme music was composed and performed by Jeremy Strong.

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